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Officials are investigating California oil gloss near past leak

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Officials are investigating California oil gloss near past leak

An oil slick seen in the ocean near last month’s raw pipe leak off southern California disappeared within hours, but the source remains a mystery, authorities said. The U.S. Coast Guard sent planes and boats on Saturday to investigate the oil slick, which measured about 70 feet (21 meters) by 30 feet (9 meters) off the coast of Orange County. The source of the glare was not immediately determined and it was not known when it was first discovered, the Orange County Register reported. From about 2 p.m. Saturday, the glare was no longer visible, said Jenna Driscoll, liaison officer with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. The Coast Guard officials said Saturday night that the glare had not reappeared and that they would continue to monitor the area. “Foley told the Register on Saturday.” We do not want to repeat what happened last time. “The glare that was discovered Saturday, was located in the same area where an underwater pipeline owned by Houston-based Amplify Energy leaked up to about 25,000 gallons (94,635 liters) of crude oil in October 2. Oil washed ashore, tarred the feathers of dozens of birds and led to rescues The impact of the spill was less than originally feared, but it affected local wetlands and wildlife and closed the shoreline of surf-loving Huntington Beach for a week.

An oil slick seen in the ocean near last month’s raw pipe leakage off Southern California disappeared within hours, but the source remains a mystery, authorities said.

The U.S. Coast Guard on Saturday dispatched planes and boats to examine the oil glow, which measured about 70 feet (21 meters) times 30 feet (9 meters) off the coast of Orange County.

The source of the glare was not immediately determined and it was not known when it was first discovered, the Orange County Register reported.

From about 2 p.m. Saturday, the glare was no longer visible, said Jenna Driscoll, liaison officer with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. The Coast Guard officials said Saturday night that the glare had not reappeared and that they would continue to monitor the area.

“It could be nothing, it could be anything, but we want to make sure we get an investigation out quickly,” Orange County Supervisor Katrina Foley told the Registry Saturday. “We do not want to repeat what happened last time.”

The glare discovered Saturday was located in the same area where an underwater pipeline owned by Houston-based Amplify Energy leaked up to about 25,000 gallons (94,635 gallons) of crude oil on Oct. 2. Oil washed ashore and tarred the feathers of dozens of birds, leading to the rescue of marine mammals.

The impact of the spill was less than originally feared, but it affected local wetlands and wildlife and closed the shoreline of surf-loving Huntington Beach for a week.

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